Supplemental material: Origins of large crescent-shaped bedforms within the axial channel of Monterey Canyon, offshore California
journal contributionposted on 22.11.2010 by Charles K. Paull, William Ussler III, David W. Caress, Eve Lundsten, Jacob A. Covault, Katherine L. Maier, Jingping Xu, Sean Augenstein
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Geosphere, December 2010, v. 6, p. 755-774, doi:10.1130/GES00527.1, Supplemental Figure 4 - PDF file of photographs of the surface of longitudinally split vibra cores that are schematically illustrated in text Figure 9 showing the variation in lithologies within the 19 core transect 2 extending perpendicular to the canyon axis (text Fig. 3). Cores are arranged from south to north in the same order as in text Figure 9. Part A consists of the 7 southernmost cores (V3110 VC-134, V3111 VC-135, V3097 VC-121, V3109 VC-133, V3108 VC-132, V3107 VC-131, and V3096 VC-120); Part B consists of the middle 6 cores (V3114 VC-138, V3102 VC-126, V3098 VC-122, V3099 VC-123, V3113 VC-137, and V3103 VC-127); and Part C consists of the 6 northernmost cores (V3100 VC-124, V3112 VC-136, V3105 VC-129, V3101 VC-125, V3104 VC-128, and V3106 VC-130). Core liner has a 7.8 cm inside diameter. File size is 0.4 MB.